SCELSE Summer Course 2013

What makes biofilms tick? International experts from various fields ranging from microbiology and cell physiology to ecology and metagenomics gave their views in this interdisciplinary two-and-a-half week summer course at the Singapore Centre on Environmental Life Sciences Engineering (SCELSE).

There is a lot of good science to be done here in the intersection between disciplines. As a theoretical physicist, I am excited about the application of ideas and methods from physics both in “direct” approaches like biofilm modelling as well as more “abstract” approaches to understand complex communities through tools like metabolomics.



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